Booty Boot Camp: 15 Minute Workout for Glutes

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This short 15 minute workout for glutes tones butt muscles and slims thighs. This routine doesn’t require a single piece of exercise equipment, making it easy to do at home or at times when a gym is otherwise not available. (Original printable routine below)

The Booty Boot Camp is a great routine to add sporadically into your daily schedule to give your metabolism a boost to aid the body in burning fat faster. Adding this 15 minute workout for glutes to your daily routine at times when you are otherwise sedentary can make a big difference in your metabolic rate and the number of calories that your body burns, even while resting.

How to do the Booty Boot Camp
Do each exercise for one full minute, noting the times when you will need to split the 60 seconds between right and left sides of the body. Some of the exercises in this program may push your lower body muscles to exhaust; if you find that you have to stop to catch your breath or shake out your screaming muscles, do so, but then go directly back into the movement in order to finish out the full 60 seconds. Doing the entire routine twice through will make for a 15 minute home workout.


Jumping Jacks

Alternating Lunges

Kneeling Leg Raise: Right

Kneeling Leg Raise (Left)

Lateral Jumps

Sumo Squats

30 Seconds Pilates Side Plank with Leg Raise: Right

30 Seconds Pilates Side Plank with Leg Raise (Left)

Repeat

Cool Down and Stretch


In order to garner even more thigh slimming and booty firming benefits from this Booty Boot Camp, do the set three times through; it only adds 7 more minutes onto your 15 minute routine. You can mix and match this lower body toning plan with the 20 minute Pilates Bum and Thighs video twice a week to further tone legs.

No equipment home workouts are hard to find, this 15 Minute Total Body HITT Routine uses a tabata structure (20 seconds on, 10 seconds off) to kick your butt into shape in a hurry. It also provides allover toning and burns a high number of calories because of all of the large muscles used and the utilization of high intensity interval training (HIIT).